Pakistan Council on China

  1. PCC concludes MoU with School of Politics and International Relations:

    SPIR will execute the academic activities to be jointly organized by QAU and Pakistan Council on China (PCC), under a Memorandum of Understanding signed between the two institutions on April 15, 2016. The agreement was signed by Ambassador Inam ul Haque, President PCC and former Foreign Minister, and Dr Javed...
  2. United Nations: Challenges for Peace, Security and Development Inaugural Address

    By: Mr. Inam ul Haque.   Chairman Board of Governors ISSI, Ambassador Khalid Mahmood, Mr. Director General ISSI, Ambassador Masood Khan, Ambassador Sun Weidong, Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Resident Representative UNHCR, Mr. Indrika  Ratwatte, Distinguished participants, The United Nations is celebrating its 70th Anniversary this year. Three score and ten is...
  3. China to invest $2 b in a fund to boost South-South cooperation

    China will establish a $2 billion fund to support the implementation of post-2015 development agenda in developing countries, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced Saturday. China will increase its investment in least developed countries (LDCs) to $12 billion in 2030, Xi said at the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit at the...
  4. Calm and forward insight needed to understand Sino-US relations

    By: Zhong Sheng. Chinese President Xi Jinping’s planned visit to the US has attracted the attention of the global media thanks to Sino-US relations of unprecedented importance and complexity. The involvement of both countries in international affairs is unavoidable, even if their connection to the event is indirect. Ma Yun,...
  5. China and US can avoid “Thucydides’ Trap”: Joseph Nye

    By: Zhang Penghui from the People’s Daily. China and US can avoid the “Thucydides’ Trap” while strengthening bilateral exchanges at all leve ls, US scholar of International Joseph Nye told the People’s Daily on September 16.   Thucydides’ Trap refers to the likelihood of war between a ruling power and...
  6. Cyber deal expected to halt disputes

    By: Liu Xin. China and the US are reportedly negotiating what might be “the first arms control accord for cyberspace,” with analysts believing that the agreement, if reached, could serve as a role model for other countries to solve cyber-related issues.   Please Download the full article here
  7. Targeted Attacks on Chinese: Myth And Reality

    By: Fazal-ur-Rahman. In the last few years, there have been some unprecedented, sporadic incidents of terrorist attacks and abduction of the Chinese nationals working and living in Pakistan. Since 1960, China has been most reliable and steadfast friend of Pakistan and the people of Pakistan are most hospitable towards the...
  8. Traditional and Emerging Areas of Strategic Cooperation Between Pakistan and China

    By: Fazal-ur-Rahman. In the post-9/11 regional environment, Pakistan has been confronted with a number of challenges of various magnitudes, threatening state sovereignty, territorial integrity and politico-economic progress. The fact that Pakistan-China strategic relations have not only withstood all the challenges stemming from the constantly changing geo-political environment but have been...